A product of Hoerskool Voortrekker on the hard fields of the Northern Free State, Kamshen Moss emerged as a player with one of the most well-rounded skillsets in South African schoolboy rugby. Having first represented his province at the U16 Grant Khomo Week in 2017, Moss initially wore the number four jersey for the Griffons, where his barnstorming runs made the second rower grab the attention of numerous provincial scouts. Alternating between lock and the front row at the U18 Academy Week of 2018, it was the following year that shaped Kamshen’s career trajectory.
Moss’ school 1st XV transition to the front row was so impressive that he was signed by the Free State Cheetahs, who saw the raw loosehead prop as a player blessed with all the attributes to suggest a successful shift to tighthead. His junior provincial contract ensured that Kamshen’s raw power would be harnessed by some of the finest scrum coaches in the game, enhancing his technical proficiency and set piece ascendancy. Selected for the Covid-interrupted U19 Currie Cup competition, Moss also enrolled at the University of the Free State, where his speed to the breakdown, pillaging ability and jaw-dropping tackle count have proved to be perfectly suited to the rapidly quick game plan of the Shimlas Varsity Cup U20 squad.
DOB: 6 September 2001
Position: Tighthead Prop
Current Team: Free State Cheetahs
2020 - 2021
Free State Cheetahs (U20 Currie Cup Squad)
2019 - 2020
Free State Cheetahs (U19 Currie Cup), Shimlas (U20 Varsity Cup)
2018 - 2019
Griffons (U18 Craven Week), Hoerskool Voortrekker (1st XV)
2017 - 2018
Griffons (U18 Academy Week), Hoerskool Voortrekker (1st XV)
2016 - 2017
Griffons (U16 Grant Khomo Week),